Great Sermon! A very good sermon on a section of scripture we all should be well aware of, because it's in chapter 6 of Eph that Paul gives the christian their battle field equipment. All spiritual tools that equip the saint of God for all that comes against them. Looking forward to the rest of what comes in chapter 6 of this awesome book of the NT.
Great Sermon! These days it is very difficult to find a saved preacher who is faithful to preach not only on both- Absolute Sovereignty and also the importance of the precepts. In Brother William Poss I found such a man, and am grateful to God for his sermons. If you are a fan of A.W. Pink, Charnock and the like, you will be greatly blessed by brother William Possâ€™ excellent sermons! May God give us more men like him!
Great Sermon! This was a beautiful sermon. We would love to have a copy of it if it is available through your church for purchase. We do not have an email address but we do have a valid snail mail. thank you very much for a very moving sermon.
A Necessary Message for Today's Reformed Camp A necessary and neglected message for the Church today. Abuse of the topic is rampant among many and can be ignored by the intellectual, Reformed theology camp. Praise God and may the Enemy be exposed in our day for what he truly is.
Great Sermon! This was a terrific sermon by Chuck Vuolo, This is a text that is misused by the world often, and may I add misused in the church as well. I believe it was preached wonderfully. It also was very easy to follow along to and Lord willing I'll be able to go over in my own mind as I meditate on this sermon through the week. I encourage all to give a listen to this sermon today.
Great Sermon! I really great sermon for an introduction to this section in
Eph 6:10-20. I really appreciated your section on our rival, Satan, and how we can stand firm against him by implementing what came before in Chapters 5 & 6 on the household table. A very good insight for the body of Christ. Thanks for giving us this great sermon in Eph chapter 6. I'm really looking forward to what comes next as you get into verses 10-20 of this chapter.
Excellent! ... an excellent job in giving historical context to the pericope and exhorting us to look deeper into what Paul is trying to say about being under the Lordship of Christ. I did a lot of work in college in New Testament studies so I appreciate his careful attention to Paul's words.
Excellent Teaching! A thorough, comprehensive and understandable description of the Gospel as taught in the Bible! I wish that all the church would listen and repent of human techniques and ideologies that claim to be the Gospel but are in fact no Gospel at all!
This is a message to share with your leaders.
Wonderful Sermon! A truly wonderful sermon capping off chapter 5 of Ephesians. If we, the men of the church, can only understand this all important biblical truth concerning marriage. If we truly get this, it would end divorce amongst the people of the church. Sadly, and unfortunately, we see how high the divorce rate is amongst believers shows that the body of Christ doesn't get this. It's our prayer that there would not be one more divorce amongst the church of God. Please men, listen to this sermon on the position of the man in the marriage. You will be blessed.
WOW! MUST LISTEN TO! Great audio message to share, with couples, to improve marriages, to help parents, or for anyone to understand clearly God's ordained roles for male and female. Obedience to God's ways and structure of authority will bring harmony and God's greatest blessings. There are so many key insights in this entire message. A must listen to!
Relevant, Needed Sermon! This is as relevant today as it was in 2006. Mark and consider how altar calls and hand raising (says the speaker) has replaced the evangelical ordinance of Baptism of those who repent and believe! (How did the Ethiopian know he ought to be baptized unless Philip included it in preaching the gospel, and that from Isaiah! Neither did Philip require baptism to be delayed or held inside a church meeting place.) New innovations (for another gospel) and "traditions of men" have been invented for evangelism, replacing God's methods and ordinance.
Now what about today's New Calvinism emphasis on "church planting" and cell groups instead of evangelical "foolishness of (authoritative) preaching", like we used to have in times of awakening, which must be necessary to bring about true converts, and a true church? Why are even 'reformed' churches seeking to organize and "plant churches" (as if they are institutions, instead of called out converted saints), instead of by the biblical methodology of preaching publicly outside of church? This is entirely different than the churches planted in the book of Acts, the inspired pattern. The speakers point about how the Bible words used now mean entirely different things in modern Christianity than previously, i.e. grace, believe, gospel, sin